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Greater Swiss Mountain Dog

Greater Swiss Mountain Dog
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Lando, at play in the fields of The Lord - Dog: Lando zur Schwarzen Heide

Trained for search and rescue work in Colorado, Wyoming and Utah. Often accompanied owner on geological fieldwork. Red vest primarily intended to prevent him from being shot by a rancher.

Hanna Basin, WYHanna Basin, WY

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Organized Sports for Your Dog

Organized Sports for Your Dog

Training your dog is a fun activity for you and your dog! General training is a basic requirement for dog ownership, but more advanced training can be a fun endeavor.  If you haven’t ventured into the various activities available to you and your dog, you might not realize how many opportunities there truly are.  We’ll take a look at some of the most commonly available options.

  • Training Your Dog

    For the health and wellbeing of your dog, training should really not ever be considered an option when owning a dog.  Well trained dogs are more likely to be behaved and listen, be void of behavioral issues, be good in public, and are less likely to bite.  Owners also have a much closer connection with the dog when the time is taken to form a relationship through training.

  • The Life Expectancy of Your Dog

    When you decide to get a dog, you are doing so with the expectation that your new canine companion is going to be with you for many years to come. But how many years, exactly? This is something that all prospective pet owners would like to know. The average lifespan for a dog is about 12 years, but this fact by itself tells you very little. In reality, there are a number of variables that will help determine how long the newest member of your family is likely to be with you.



 


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